Coteaux Bourguignons Rouge la cave D'Augustin Florent 2018 (6 x 750mL) Fr

Coteaux Bourguignons (formerly Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire or Bourgogne Ordinaire) is a generic appellation for red, white and rosé wines made in parishes the length and breadth of Burgundy. It was introduced in 1937, with its name derived from the fact that these were very much everyday wines. Grand Ordinaire was the name given to otherwise ordinary bottles of wine saved for consumption on Sundays. It has now been updated to the rather less modest Coteaux Bourguignons, although the Grand Ordinaire title may still be used by producers.

The red wines that fall under the appellation are produced predominantly from Pinot Noir and Gamay grapes, although the less well-known red variety César is permitted in Burgundy's more-northerly communes. As is the case in most of Burgundy's red wines, the white varieties Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris may also be used in red wine blends, but only up to a maximum of 15 percent.

The white wines are made from Chardonnay, Aligoté, Melon de Bourgogne and Pinot Blanc, and make up only one-quarter of the appellation's total annual output.

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Coteaux Bourguignons Rouge la cave D'Augustin Florent 2018 (6 x 750mL) Fr

Coteaux Bourguignons Rouge la cave D'Augustin Florent 2018 (6 x 750mL) Fr

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Coteaux Bourguignons (formerly Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire or Bourgogne Ordinaire) is a generic appellation for red, white and rosé wines made in parishes the length and breadth of Burgundy. It was introduced in 1937, with its name derived from the fact that these were very much everyday wines. Grand Ordinaire was the name given to otherwise ordinary bottles of wine saved for consumption on Sundays. It has now been updated to the rather less modest Coteaux Bourguignons, although the Grand Ordinaire title may still be used by producers.The red wines that fall under the appellation are produced predominantly from Pinot Noir and Gamay grapes, although the less well-known red variety César is permitted in Burgundy's more-northerly communes. As is the case in most of Burgundy's red wines, the white varieties Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris may also be used in red wine blends, but only up to a maximum of 15 percent.The white wines are made from Chardonnay, Aligoté, Melon de Bourgogne and Pinot Blanc, and make up only one-quarter of the appellation's total annual output. (271551-16)

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Overview

Coteaux Bourguignons (formerly Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire or Bourgogne Ordinaire) is a generic appellation for red, white and rosé wines made in parishes the length and breadth of Burgundy. It was introduced in 1937, with its name derived from the fact that these were very much everyday wines. Grand Ordinaire was the name given to otherwise ordinary bottles of wine saved for consumption on Sundays. It has now been updated to the rather less modest Coteaux Bourguignons, although the Grand Ordinaire title may still be used by producers.

The red wines that fall under the appellation are produced predominantly from Pinot Noir and Gamay grapes, although the less well-known red variety César is permitted in Burgundy's more-northerly communes. As is the case in most of Burgundy's red wines, the white varieties Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris may also be used in red wine blends, but only up to a maximum of 15 percent.

The white wines are made from Chardonnay, Aligoté, Melon de Bourgogne and Pinot Blanc, and make up only one-quarter of the appellation's total annual output.

Region:
FRA - Burgundy
State:
Imported
Country:
France

Winery Tasting Notes

This wine comes from Burgundy and displays the typical terroir of this fabulous region. The colour is a brilliant garnet and on the nose has aromas of vanilla and fresh fruit.

In the mouth succulent tastes of lively fruit with a delicious long finish.

A superb and marvellous accompaniment to Charcuteries, steaks white meats and or un plateau de fromage.